Category Archives: CT Insights

Top 10 Reasons the PC is Dead

This is a reprint of an article from Stephanie Losee posted on the Dell Tech Page One site Jeff Clarke, vice chairman and head of Dell’s PC business, walked onto the stage at the Dell Annual Analyst Conference this morning in Austin to the tune of Spamalot’s “I Am Not Dead Yet” and gave some of…

Rethink how much time you spend on your devices looking down

This is 5 minutes that you won’t regret spending watching a YouTube video.

Let’s talk Windows – 5 new features of Windows 8.1

October 26, 2012 was a big day for the folks at Microsoft. It was the date of official general availability for it’s latest and greatest Operating system…That is, at least until October 17th of 2013 roles around. And that’s when the first major update to the Microsoft OS goes public for digital download. Windows 8.1….

Business Management Daily offers insights on Microsoft Office certifications

Q. What kind of certification can I get for my skills in Microsoft Office? A. Microsoft offers the Microsoft Office Specialist and Expert certifications for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, SharePoint, One Note and Office 365 for Office 2010. For Office 2007, Microsoft offers Specialist certifications for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access. Expert certification…

Office 2013 Review on the Udemy Blog

Check out this post on the Udemy blog site written by ClipTraining’s special tag team and authors of “Using Windows 8” Nick Saccamanno and J. Peter Bruzzese. Click the link here to go to the post or click the screenshot of the post to be taken as well:    

KNOWBE4 Proves Myths About Security Awareness Training Wrong—Cybercrime Costs Businesses Over $20 Billion in 2012

KnowBe4 CEO Stu Sjouwerman addresses inaccurate Internet security myths and offers the real truth to help reduce losses due to cybercrime.    (TAMPA BAY, Fl.) March 12, 2013 – Last year, American businesses and consumers lost a combined $20.7 billion to cybercrime, with 71 million people falling victim to online scams and phishing attacks (1)….

The Value of Training: Commentary on Lecture from Paul DePodesta

Greetings, this is J. Peter Bruzzese (Cof-Founder and CIO of ClipTraining) As a journalist for InfoWorld I have opportunities to visit a variety of different conferences and meet some incredibly talented people from time to time.  Last week, at the Training Conference in Orlando Florida, I had the privilege to hear a speech from Paul DePodesta. …

5 New Features of Office 2013

Moving the Microsoft Office suite a step forward, Office 2013 presents an evolutionary update to arguably the worlds most used business software.  The enhancements don’t shock the system (like the migration from Windows 7 to Windows 8) but rather improve upon an already solid foundation and improving it.  Here’s a look at 5 new features we…

2 Compelling Reasons to Consider Windows Phone 8: HTC Windows Phone 8x and Nokia Lumia 920

Like a sleeping giant awakened from slumber, the Windows Phone OS is finally starting to gain momentum.  First released in late 2012, the HTC 8x and Nokia Lumia 920 represent competent, capable if not compelling  alternatives to competing high end smartphones from Samsung and Apple.  Having spent extensive time with both of these handsets, I…

The Many Ways to Learn Windows 8

This week Microsoft announced it had already sold 40 million licenses (in just 1 month since Windows 8 went live!!!) Maybe you are one of the 40 million who now have Windows 8.  Maybe, with the holidays just ahead, you’re about to become a member of the next 40 million using Windows 8.  It’s a…

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